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Kuterevo: Village and Brown Bear Refuge on the Velebit Mountain

Kuterevo is a small village with approximately 550 habitats, situated on the slopes of northern parts of Mt. Velebit at an altitude of 559 meters above sea level. It's a part of Lika-Senj County. The local road connects Kuterevo with Otočac city (14km), Krasno village and national park Northern Velebit (10km). The village extends over 6 km long valley. For a long time, I had a great desire to visit this village and to experience the hiking on ...


Maglic Mountain: Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Highest Peak

Maglic Mountain arises on the south-east of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the border with Montenegro. Although on the first glimpse, Bosnian Maglic looks higher, it is 10 meters lower than the top of Maglic in Montenegro.  With its 2386 m/ASL Bosnian Maglic is the highest peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina.This mountain is part of the hundreds of kilometers long mountain range of Dinaric Alps in the Southern and Southeastern Europe. The new long-distanc ...


Ciro Trail Sarajevo: Walk on the old Austro-Hungarian railway line

Abandoned railway line of the Ciro train, known today as Ciro Trail Sarajevo - Pale is today used by hikers and cyclists. Ciro is the name of a famous Austro-Hungarian steam train from the 20th century. It transported passengers daily on a narrow-gauge railway line connecting today's Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Croatia. One of Ciro lines went from Sarajevo to Višegrad and Dobrun settlement, which is located near the border with Serb ...


Premuzic trail Croatia: Construction masterpiece through the most beautiful and inaccessible parts of Velebit

Premuzic Trail goes through the Northern Velebit National Park to Baske Ostarije in central Velebit. The popular mega-hiking trail Via Dinarica follows Premuzic mountain trail on the section that runs through Velebit mountain. Velebit is a mountain range in Croatia, situated between Licko and Gacko field and the Adriatic Sea. A natural border that separates Continental and Mediterranean Croatia. With its longitude of 145 km Velebit is the longest ...


The Village of Lukomir – Port of peace!

Lukomir, the highest and most isolated mountain village in Bosnia and Herzegovina, hidden from the civilization at 1.472metres above sea level. When we look from Sarajevo towards the Mt. Bjelašnica we can only see the northern part and the highest ridge of the Mountain (2.068m) with weather station built on it for Winter Olympics in 1894.  Southern parts covered with beautiful green meadows and paddocks are hidden from the view. Umoljani Vill ...

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